Grateful Dead Live at RFK Stadium on 1973-06-10
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d1t01 - Morning Dew
d1t02 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t03 - Ramble On Rose
d1t04 - Jack Straw
d1t05 - Wave That Flag
d1t06 - Looks Like Rain
d1t07 - Box Of Rain
d1t08 - They Love Each Other
d1t09 - The Race Is On
d1t10 - Row Jimmy
d1t11 - El Paso
d1t12 - Bird Song
d2t01 - Playing In The Band
d2t02 - Eyes Of The World ->
d2t03 - Stella Blue
d2t04 - Big River
d2t05 - Here Comes Sunshine
d2t06 - Around And Around
d3t01 - Dark Star ->
d3t02 - He's Gone ->
d3t03 - Wharf Rat ->
d3t04 - Truckin'
d3t05 - Sugar Magnolia
d4t01 - It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry
d4t02 - That's All Right, Mama
d4t03 - The Promised Land
d4t04 - Not Fade Away ->
d4t05 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d4t06 - Drums ->
d4t07 - Not Fade Away
d4t08 - Johnny B. Goode
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|Beat It On Down The Line|
|Ramble On Rose|
|Wave That Flag|
|Looks Like Rain|
|Box Of Rain|
|They Love Each Other|
|The Race Is On|
|Playing In The Band|
|Eyes Of The World ->|
|Here Comes Sunshine|
|Around And Around|
|Dark Star ->|
|He's Gone ->|
|Wharf Rat ->|
|It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry|
|That's All Right, Mama|
|The Promised Land|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|Not Fade Away|
|Johnny B. Goode|
(FOB) Unknown Mics -> Master Cassette -> Reel -> Korg MR-1000 supplies:
Eyes Of The World (6:54 - 6:56)
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- Cleaned up many flaws and fixed the levels
-- It may not be perfect, but it's a lot better
-- Patch source recorded by Bill Gadsden
-- Patch source transferred by Charlie Miller and Neil Sturtevant
-- Set 3 is with Merl Saunders, Dickey Betts and Butch Trucks
-- Beginning of Beat It On Down The Line is cut
-- There are some flaws in The Race Is On that still remain
-- Reel flip in GDTRFB cleaned up with crossfade
- 2008-01-25 18:59:43
- CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.01 -> FLAC
- Washington, DC
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
- RFK Stadium
Subject: Sweet Memories!!
I'm a big fan of Birdsong, largely for the jams they did within it, and this one is the longest I know of...beautifully rendered. PITB follows to end the first set, and by this time it was completely dark...and we all got a mind-blowing surprise. Right when the final bars of Playin' started, the refrain, someone in the sound booth out in the audience set off some major fireworks. So, during the final chords of the song, we get this visual extravaganza, everybody with their heads tilted back, gazing up in major euphoria.
Even though a bit of the magic from how extremely tight they were is lost in these recordings, it's still a great stream, especially Charlie's transfer. Buy yourself a really good desktop stereo if you haven't already, and enjoy!
Subject: I like the contrast
Subject: Just goes on and on. . .
Subject: *gets down on one knee*
Subject: Better than the auds
Subject: Contrary to the review below
Subject: Skip the boards , isten to the audience
You have to scrap the SB and listen to the audience tapes to really "hear" this concert. [I was there.]
There are some weak points, where whatever Jerry smoked or snorted between 1st and 2nd sets began to wear off. The Dark Star is also remarkable, up to the verse before Jerry deteriorates into spastic doodling mode.
Things start to fall apart here and also in Wharf Rat, where Jerry is clearly in need of another snort...
Most of the show is excellent. It is most notable for the jams. Besides Eyes and Dark Star, terrific Bird Song and Here Comes Sunshine.
Playing in the Band jam is typically uninspiring as it was during this period. Great song choice overall, but again, there is no joy in the soundboard. It sounds completely sterile.
The standard 'wisdom' on this show is that the final set with Allmans is the highlight. Nonsense. The second set is a true standout, in my opinion the very best of the year, mainly because of the unequaled Eyes.
One more time: LISTEN TO THE AUDIENCE.
Four stars because of incompetence on the soundboard.
Subject: Perfect for writing my paper
Subject: Great Sound
was it the weed... was it the times.... was it the power of exploring independence...
maybe...it is in the chord ... that long extended chord that wanders across valleys and heights in order to find that perfect extension of self ... the soul looking for a definition of itself ...
but there really is nowhere to look ... because it is here ...
Mr Miller .... unto you be greatness ... your work is holding me together ... So many times I have looked and seen your name ...
To everyone at the archive .... a honkin' good thank-you from a friend you'll probably never get to meet ....
But you guys will always be ... because we will always be looking for that chord ...
Damn this is a good show!!!!!!! I am lost in the ozone here this morning.....
Where oh where ....
Subject: Lovin this one!
Subject: Very nice sound
Subject: great vibes and best sound fidelity ever
There is a one-minute loss caused by the reel change in GDTRFB. I have a one-minute patch from my AUD that I made. It's cross-faded into this fixed track for you.
old GDTRFB is 9:34
new GDTRFB is 10:36
here's the Shorten fix
here's the Vbr_Mp3 fix
Subject: Classy Cleanup of a 4 hr 34 min Classic
This is a beefy recording (with some minor clipping) which has been so well electronically clarified that, even at low volume, this sounds super.
Thank you Charlie Miller for the stellar upgrade.
Thank you Grateful Dead
Thank you Archives.org